Next Day Air
- 1 hr 24 min
This comedy follows the misadventures that occur when a pair of young men accidentally come into possession of a shipment of cocaine. Hardly innocents, the two men decide to sell the drugs themselves, setting themselves up to face the wrath of the rightful owners of the cocaine. The film stars Donald Faison as the delivery man who gets wrapped up in the mess, and Mike Epps and Wood Harris star as the inept criminals who attempt to make off with the drugs. The film was directed by Benny Boom, and it grossed $10 million when it ran in theaters in 2009. Leo is an employee for Next Day Air, a package delivery service provider. He is in danger of losing his job if he causes any more problems. One day, Leo is asked to deliver a package to a recipient named Jesus in a local apartment unit. However, he accidentally gives the package to the apartment unit next to the real owner. Prior leaving, Jesus walks up to him and asks if any packages arrived for him, which Leo says no. Guch and Brody, the tenants of the apartment unit where the package was mistakenly delivered, find ten blocks of coke covert in a clay container. Brody quickly remembers that his cousin is a drug dealer and immediately asks him to come to the apartment. They negotiate for $15,000 per block. Meanwhile, Jesus receives a call from his boss, Bodega, who asks if he received the package. Jesus states that he has not yet received the package even though the tracking data indicates that it has already been delivered. Jesus is anxious that Bodega may go after him, thinking that he stole the drugs. He presumes Leo to be the thief and goes after him. While searching for Leo, Jesus along with his henchman, Chita, find a worker from Next Day Air. They threaten the employee at gun point and strip his timepiece. Finally, they realize that the worker isn't Leo and they head on to search for the right one.